Justin F McEvoy

Justin F McEvoy is one of Australia’s most successful and enterprising physiotherapists. Justin graduated from Lincoln Institute of Health Sciences in 1988 and co-founded PhysioHealth in 1994 with old time swimming mate David Morarty. Justin became a Master of Sports Physiotherapy (La Trobe Uni)  and a Sports titled Physiotherapist in 1998 and around this time reconnected with the sport of swimming… Read More


Belinda Hocking

Belinda Hocking this year will travel to Rio for her 3rd and possibly final Olympics. Although Bindy has been there twice before , the road to her 3rd games has been anything but smooth. Since winning the Commonwealth Games and Pan Pacs in her favourite event 200 backstroke in 2014 she has encountered a number of obstacles and challenges… Read More


Brooke Stratton

Brooke has been on the up and up, or out in her long jump career since making her mark at the world juniors in Barcelona in 2012, placing 9th. The Nunawading athlete made her senior team debut at the Bejing World Championship last year, gaining valuable experience on the world stage, and just missing out on the final gave her added incentive to head back home and work even harder to make an impact internationally… Read More


Damien Birkinhead

The 23 year old boy from Teesdale near Geelong will make his Olympic debut after throwing a massive PB in Hobart this February to take him to 2nd on the Australian All-Time list behind his coach Scott Martin, and well past the A qualifying mark to ensure selection, despite a significant calf injury preventing him from competing at the national championships…. Read More


Jason Whateley

If you are in the waiting room at PhysioHealth make sure you are not rude to a tall , good looking bloke in a boxing singlet because it might be Jason Whateley. Jason is only one of 3 boxers thus far qualified to compete for Australia at the Rio Olympics in what will be his first games… Read More

Three former Herald Sun Aria winners appearing on stage

Josh Beaver

Josh Beaver is one of Australia’s most popular swimmers . He is both respected as a tough competitor who punches above his weight against the world best backstrokers, and known by swimmers and fans as one of the good blokes of Australian Swimming. Josh overcame the disappointment of narrowly missing the London 2012 Olympic team and set himself on the road to Rio… Read More

Australia v Vietnam

Lisa De Vanna

Matilda’s co-captain Lisa De Vanna is one of Australia’s most dangerous footballers . As co captain Lisa leads through her actions instead of words. Driven by the desire to make her second Olympics (following failed campaigns to Beijing and London Olympics) she has left no stone unturned in her bid to represent her country… Read More


Morgan Mitchell

The relaxed western suburbs girl has really turned heads in the last 12 months after showing promising signs as she confidently transitioned from the junior ranks to being an open athlete.  Morgan spent most of her junior years focusing on netball, being talented enough to be selected in the national under 17 and 19 teams, but decided that the challenge of an individual sport could be more fulfilling for her… Read More


Rohan Taylor

Rohan Taylor has been coaching in Melbourne and working closely with PhysioHealth since he moved from NSW in the late 90s. During that period Rohan has coached at the highest level placing swimmers on multiple National Teams. In 2008 he achieved the ultimate by coaching Leisel Jones to an Olympic Gold medal in the 100 breaststroke… Read More


Steph Catley

Steph Catley’s rise in the sporting world has been meteoric and it could not be happening to a more deserved person. Steph has become the face female football in Australia sharing the cover of the popular EA Sport FIFA 16 game with Lionel Messi and Tim Cahill. Ever humble Steph is driven by the desire to be the best and represent a country she loves and now become an Olympian… Read More


Travis Mahoney

Travis Mahoney’s Olympic selection has been a long term project for himself and the Nunawading Swim Club. A very versatile swimmer who excels in many strokes and has a huge capacity for hard training, Travis was always suited by the gruelling 400 Individual Medley . With 100 m of each stroke the 400 IM is the ultimate test of endurance and all round talent and technique… Read More

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